Privilegia Parliamentaria senatus consensu sublata. Being remarks upon the Acts of Parliament de annis 12 & 13 W.3. & 2 & 3 Ann? Regin?, for preventing any inconveniencies that may happen by privilege of Parliament. With instructions when, and how to commence and prosecute actions or Suits, in any of her Majesty's courts of Queen's Bench and Common Pleas, the High Court of Chancery, Court of Exchequer, or Dutchy Court of Lancaster, against any Peer, Member of the House of Commons, or other privileged Person, by Summons and Distress Infinite, or by Bill, Attachment and Distress Infinite; or by Letter or Subpoena, Attachment and Sequestration, according to the Directions of the said Act. Also the nature of Essoins and Wagers of Law. Some antient Records of the Tower, shewing the Antiquity and Method of Practice in the High Court of Chancery in former Ages; With other Curiosities in Clerkship relating thereunto. By W. Brown, a Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas.
- Brown, William, active 17th century-18th century.
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